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METEOSERVIS v.o.s.
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389 01 Vodňany

Czech Republic


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SD6 Digital Sunshine Detector


 

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  • detector is intended to indication of direct sun radiation up from the 120 W/m2 limit of radiation power striking one area unit
  • principle of measuring is optical and detector have not any movable parts
  • it is determined for automatic data collection systems

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SD6 detector - technical specification

Incident sun radiation per m2 - range of the measured  performance

0 .. 1300 W/m2

Pre-set measuring interval

< 1 s

Spectral sensitivity of the measuring elements - range

l0.5=  600 . .  1050 nm

Maximum spectral sensitivity

lp=   900 nm

Supply voltage

10 .. 24 VDC

Current consumption at 12V

23  . . 40 mA

Output - current loop

- 0 .. 14 mA current loop (in case of sunshine, electric current flows into the output). Voltage of the open loop equals to supply voltage.

- At the request, the producer is able to provide the negative output logic of the sensor.

Output  -  relay

 

the contacts separated from the sensor in a galvanic way

maximum switched current ................................... 0.5A

maximum switched voltage .................................  100V

Heating of the sensor

  • - Voltage for heating
  • - Current

 

12 .. 48V  AC/ DC

(36 ... 48 V  AC/DC recommended, then heating is regulated to provide constant heating output )

 

1.1 .. 0.5 A

Body of the sensing unit - material

stainless steel

Dimensions   (diameter x height)

ø 92 mm x 195 mm (without holder)

Mounting 

by using the adjustable holder with base

Weight

930 g ( without holder)

Protection

IP 68

Operating temperature

- 40.. + 60 oC

Accessories (optionally)

the holder  with lugs for mounting on ø 25 ..35 mm tube

the possibility to increase the heating power for extreme temperature conditions    

 

 

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